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Contact Stephen Rothschild, Interim Foundation Director, at 419-724-0372 or stephen@JewishToledo.org for more information about creating a legacy.
Toledo Jewish Community Foundation, founded in 1980 as the endowment development program of Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo, was established to meet the philanthropic challenges and needs of the Toledo Jewish community as well as the needs of our people locally, nationally, and globally. Foundation provides an opportunity to leave a lasting legacy – a permanent imprint that will enrich the lives of generations to come.
Since its inception, the Foundation has helped individuals and families alike create a legacy that represents the values and mitzvot by which they have governed their lives.
A Perpetual Annual Campaign Endowment (PACE) is a permanent fund dedicated to endowing your gift to the Jewish community through the Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo. A PACE fund is not intended to take the place of any part of an annual gift; it is instead a lasting legacy that will continue to make an annual gift to the campaign in perpetuity on your behalf.
The Foundation offers a wide variety of vehicles that allow you to perpetuate your commitment to the Annual Campaign in a way that best achieves your own personal financial and estate planning goals.
Perpetual Annual Campaign Endowment (PACE)
The Lion of Judah Endowment (LOJE)
Life Income Plans:
Charitable Gift Annuities
Charitable Remainder Unitrusts
Charitable Lead Trusts
Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust
Alternatives to Private Foundations:
Donor-Advised Funds/Philanthropic Funds
Named Endowment Funds
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The year's end comes up quickly. There are a few gifting options that may be advantageous to you. This may be the ideal time to establish a Philanthropic (Donor Advised) Fund or add to the fund that you already have. Consider “bunching” itemized deductions and create a Philanthropic Fund with a minimum gift of $2,000.
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